The task order being disputed here covers data network and voice services to the Transportation Security Administration.
Lumen Technologies and Verizon are challenging a $343.5 million award that went to AT&T for data network and voice services to the Transportation Security Administration.
TSA is competing the task order through the governmentwide Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle.
Both protestors' complaints are similar. They are challenging how their proposals and AT&T’s proposal was evaluated. Also being challenged is TSA’s best value-tradeoff decision.
Four companies bid on the task order, according to Federal Procurement Data System records. That means a third company could file its own protest.
Lumen filed its protest on Aug. 8 and Verizon followed suit three days later.
A decision from the Government Accountability Office is expected Nov. 16 for Lumen and five days later for Verizon, but GAO will most likely make a single ruling.